Mondelez International Employee Reviews

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Overall: Very Good Company
Shelf Management Specialist II (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXJanuary 5, 2017
Biscuit Insights and Shelving support to assigned Retailers in US - South & West Area. Provided shelving direction, assortment recommendations and yearly category reviews. Developed aisle flow schematics that will increase category share and dollars for internal and external customer category managers. All accounts would request New Item schematics completed at the same time so time management and organization skill were very important. Most enjoyable part of the job was the strong business partnerships, friendship, and shelving success wins accomplished over the years through teamwork with Area VP's, DM's, SMS's, CA's, CCM's.
Pros
Good salary, benefits, & training
Cons
Elimination of positions in South & Central Area of US
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Overall a good company to work for.
Production Worker (Former Employee) –  Chicago, ILSeptember 24, 2016
I've worked for this Co. for over 36 long years and I've
seen many changes which I was able to adapt. The Co.
has enjoyed many year of profitable success products that sold to the consumer good products. But then the formula changed and the consumers became aware of it. Management has changed there was a lack of communication between the labor force and management. What was once a family affair it became just business. Overall the Co has endured so many obstacles and it's in business and making huge profits.
Pros
Great health and retirement benefits
Cons
Working the night shift was a bit uncomfortable
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Fast paced work environment
Accounting Manager (Former Employee) –  Parsippany, NJDecember 5, 2016
The company provides good benefits. There is a casual dress code, so emphasis is on work not appearance. Company is downsizing and outsourcing, so there is not much job security. Coworkers are professional and easy to work with. Work load is heavy and generally requires overtime hours (unpaid) on a regular basis.
Pros
Casual dress code.
Cons
Poor job security
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Good place to work for.They honor and respect their people.
EHS/Utility Man/Machine Operator (Current Employee) –  Philadelphia, PAOctober 24, 2016
As long as you do your work ,they do not bother you. They respect your views and your work. My co-workers were fine. Management was great, Some of the work was back breaking but for the most part it was fine. The most enjoyable part of my work was knowing my job responsibilities and doing it well.
Pros
Great benefits and pay.
Cons
Not a thing.
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Only Part Time Employment
Merchandiser (Current Employee) –  Griffith, INOctober 30, 2016
I enjoy my job and working for Mondelez International, but I need to have a more secure full time job with benefits. Working independently and with stores and their managers is a rewarding experience. The company is well established and growing and I wish I could receive full time employment only it is not being offered at this time.
Pros
Enjoy meeting clients and working with people.
Cons
Need full time and benefits, only part time is offered.
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machine operator naperville
Shipping Processor Relief (Former Employee) –  Naperville, ILFebruary 5, 2017
you can make a lot of money at this company, but the job work/life balance is not there, you are forced to work around the clock, its hard job to keep if you dont live in the area
Pros
great money, good benifits
Cons
forced O.T no family time
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Better than average for the local area
Immediate Consumption Analyst (Current Employee) –  Wilkes-Barre, PAJuly 11, 2016
Open and inclusive company culture.
Benefits and compensation for jobs are better than average for the local area.
20 PTO days to start plus company holidays.
Work/life balance is very good depending on department and immediate manager.
Opportunities to learn via inter-company site as well as tuition reimbursement is available.

Even though Mondelez is a better than average company to work for they are constantly changing by shifting jobs from one place to another. Cost cutting measures have resulted in jobs being shifted off shore and lots of layoffs or strict job cuts here in the US.
Job roles and department responsibilities have changed as well. So if you get hired, don't plan on staying in one spot for too long.
Pros
In-house team building an networking activities, continuing education via company web site or tuition reimbursement, work/life balance, diverse employee culture
Cons
Almost yearly job shifting/cuts. Wall Street stake holders seem more important than employee jobs
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fun place to gain experi
Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) –  New York, NYDecember 8, 2016
good place to gain experience
you will be stepped up if you do a good job
management takes care of everything as soon as you tell them.
there is always work
Pros
good benefits
Cons
store managers are a headache
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Good Job
Sales Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Montgomery County, PAFebruary 17, 2017
Good Part Time Job. Friendly co-workers. Good experience. Good benefits.

Typical day: pack out order, work back stock, straighten up displays, throw trash away check out with management.
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Flexible
Sales Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Clarksville, TNDecember 30, 2016
-Flexible work schedule
-Physical labor
-Decent compensation
-Work with multiple grocery stores
-Great benefits
-Fast paced work environment (keeps you busy)
Pros
Benefits, flexibility, independence
Cons
Labor can be physically demanding, long days occasionally
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Productive, cost focused
Director (Current Employee) –  Deerfield, ILOctober 7, 2016
Great brands, good people, safe and clean work environment, great benefits, very strong senior management team, co workers distributed across the globe, work varies, based upon assignment. Impressive commitment from the employees and a very innovative company with product lines, e-commerce and other
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World Class Company, with opportunity to be better managed
Accounting Manager (Current Employee) –  East Hanover, NJSeptember 13, 2016
Overall, Mondelez is a fair place to work. The Sales and Marketing Organization is World Class.There is huge Financial pressures to deliver Quarterly Earnings Results which is consistent with a Publicly Traded CPG Company. Senior Management is obsessed with cost cutting facilitated by broad workforce reductions. Invariably, these Organizational Reductions come with promises of working simpler and more streamlined. The Company is great at delivering cost reductions but has a very poor track record in alleviating what are at times unbearable workloads. They have consistently reduced employee benefits cutting Pension, Health Benefits, Travel Expenses, downgraded salaries and have outsourced many positions overseas. In the HQ Location in East Hanover, NJ, Sales, Marketing and Operations Management is top notch. The Finance Leadership Team are not very good at motivating their employees and collaborating with cross functional business partners. Finally, due to ongoing headcount reductions, there is very limited career opportunities for motivated professionals particularly in Finance, Marketing and Sales.
Pros
Nice Corporate Campus with many onsite activities like gym, cafeteria and games
Cons
Unmanageable workload and unrealistic expecations on growth prospects
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Great place to work
District Manager (Former Employee) –  Wichita, KSJanuary 8, 2017
Mondelez was a great company to work for. They have great benefits and pride themselves in being competitive in the market place.
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Mondelez is and alright place to work
Merchandiser (Current Employee) –  Allentown, PANovember 15, 2016
It is a fast moving job and keeps you on your toes salary is not bad but the work can be over whelming you have to have good communication with your reps and managers or work will be hard
Pros
Paid vacation if full timer
Cons
Work7 out of 7 days and no days off
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Great Brands, good people, constant change, getting lean
Sales Leadership (Current Employee) –  FieldMay 23, 2016
Some of the best brands on the market that almost sell themselves. Still a lot of good people even though many good leaders and employees have left the organization through all the mergers, acquisitions, restructures and downsizes during recent years. Top leaders are very focused on international growth and are implementing a lot of cost cutting measures in the US to get the business model more in-line with other countries. The DSD sales force will continue to be be challenged as resources are increasingly leaned and it becomes more difficult to make the customers needs a top priority. Company is a huge promoter of diversity.
Pros
Great Brands, good vacation policy, matching 401k, some good leadership still left
Cons
Too big, complex, political, focused on short term profits by cost cutting, too controlling at rep level, limited opportunity for advancement
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Used to be a great company
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) –  Glastonbury, CTJanuary 7, 2017
I was an employee for 40 and a half years, driver. When we had good management, the place ran like a well oiled machine, but the past decade has produced very poor management. Lack of people skills creates the lowest moral going. There was a time when a manager would ask almost the impossible, and we would deliver, and just about dare them to even try and bury us in work. We all stepped up. Now, I'm glad I'm out. Left before I was 62 because of the very poor management. Would still be there. I was union, but was known as MR. NABISCO.All company, but would have been fired had i stayed.The thought that "those that work, will" and the slackers get a free ride, doesn't sit well with dedicated employee. I do not see a great future for this company, but it once was a Great place to work, and a great company. Bring back the old biscuit, they were better times, and money was made, and employees mattered!
Pros
fair pay
Cons
poor management with NO people skills
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Great place for someone to start their career and grow as a person and professional
Senior Service Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  Central JerseyMay 23, 2016
As with any large corporation, there are many positives and negatives that go with a job in their Sales force.

Positives include great benefits, opportunity to grow and advance within the company and bonuses and financial awards that compete with any company in its specialization area.

One negative is that a work day is never done in Sales, depending on the region you work in the workload can be very heavy at times. Since I was in a densely populated area, I would spend all my time in the field dealing with shelf conditions and selling to managers. This would leave me having to do most of my extensive computer work at home after work which was not fully paid for. While these sacrifices are normal with any job, they were a little bit excessive.
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Good Company
Merchandiser/Order Writer (Current Employee) –  Houston, TXSeptember 11, 2016
Stable company, work independently, good benefits, dental,medical
vision and time off, short and long term disabilities, paid holidays.
Minimum supervision, good management.
Pros
Work Independtly
Cons
Salary
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What you would expect from a large corporation
Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  Latham, NYNovember 12, 2016
As with any large corporation there isn't any room for advancement if you do not have a 4 year college degree AND agree to re-locating. This company is under going many changes especially within the DSD business. Making many lay-offs and management changes.
Pros
flexiable hours, can easily make doctors appointments
Cons
it is not easy to take vacation, even though you have it, work long days 10-12 hours before and after all major holidays
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Lots of traveling
Sr. Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  Haverhill, MAAugust 22, 2016
There's a lot of traveling involved specially if you are on the Sr. Sales Representative position as you have to cover a lot of vacation time for the managers in different routs. Lots of good benefits.
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